The MENA-OECD Governance Programme is a strategic partnership between MENA and OECD countries to share knowledge and expertise, with a view of disseminating standards and principles of good governance that support the ongoing process of reform in the MENA region.

The Programme provides a sustainable structure for regional policy dialogue as well as for country specific projects. These projects correspond to MENA governments increasing commitment to pursue public sector reforms in view of unlocking social and economic development and of meeting citizens' growing expectations in terms of quality services, inclusive policy making and transparency. 

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Resources and Publications

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Renforcer l'intégrité du secteur public au Maroc 

Cette revue fonctionnelle analyse deux institutions marocaines,  l’Instance centrale de prévention de la corruption (ICPC) et l'Institution du Médiateur du Royaume (IMR).

Partnerships

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Launched as a long-term global initiative, The Deauville Partnership provides Arab countries in transition with a framework based on technical support. The MENA-OECD Governance Programme Centre of Caserta was created in 2012. The centre develops training courses to support the public administrations of the Arab countries.